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Apr 092013
 
Continuation, Painting Exhibition by Portuguese artist Fernando d' F.Pereira

MAC Lisbon (Movement for Contemporary Art) organizes the exhibition Continuation, by Fernando d’ F.Pereira. The exhibition will be opened between the 9th of April – 9th of May 2013, in Lisbon, Rua do Sol ao Rato 9C, 1250-260 Lisbon. Fernando d`F. Pereira was born in Lisbon. In 1962, he begins a tour through Europe, from the south of Spain through Paris (where he studied and worked in the Du Buffet atelier) and Lyon. After attending the Freikunstakademie in Salzburg (Austria) and Rodel Kunstschüle in Mannheim (Germany), where he resides for three decades, exhibiting permanently at Reichardt and Quadrat galleries. Performed works of art and decoration to several institutions and in particular order, along with an intense exhibition activity. His work, influenced by German expressionism, generally considered symbolic or surreal has been subject of study and analysis by critics and historians of art like Anna-Luise Marz, Jockle Clemens, Gabriele Schulte Plage, Hans L. Schulte, Hans W. Borgmann, Harald Kramer, Marx Hieke, Ilana Schenhave, Michael Hierholzer, Santiago Campillo, José Luís Ferreira, Beate Kukatzki, Vaz Rodrigues, Luísa Ribeiro, Eduardo Nascimento or Frithjof-Shwartz.   Gallery of Works: MAC http://www.facebook.com/events/416387985124929/ Inauguration photos:

Apr 022013
 
André Pratas e Sousa, art exhibition at MAC Lisbon

MAC Lisbon (Movement for Contemporary Art) organizes the exhibition EXIT / TARMAC, by André Pratas e Sousa,  opened between the 2nd -24th of April 2013, in Lisbon, Avenida Álvares Cabral 58-60. Works Press Release Inauguration Photos:  

Feb 072013
 
Painting and Sculpture Collective Exhibitions until March 2013

MAC Lisbon (Movement for Contemporary Art)  opens two Collective Exhibition, Painting and Sculpture, in Lisbon, MAC-Sol ao Rato 9 C, and  MAC– Av. Álvares Cabral 58-60. The exhibitions will remain open until the end of March 2013. The shows feature some of the best artists represented by the Portuguese Gallery.